After the storm: Returning clean beaches to the tourists - Hua Hin officials out in force

After the storm: Returning clean beaches to the tourists - Hua Hin officials out in force

 

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Picture: Talk News Online

 

Talk News Online reported that a clean-up team of local government officials and soldiers were out in force in Hua Hin yesterday.

 

TNO said in their headline that they were returning clean beaches to the tourists. 

 

The action at Hua Don beach at Khao Takiap caused a lot of happy snaps to be taken among the "large numbers" of appreciative tourists at the scene. 

 

Local official Jirawat Phrahmanee led the teams in picking up all manner of trash and branches that had been blown in during the stormy weather of recent days. 

 

Source: Talk News Online

 
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